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Definitions and usage of Covariant, Form-invariant, Invariant?
Just wondering about the definitions and usage of these three terms. To my understanding so far, "covariant" and "form-invariant" are used when referring to physical laws, and these words are ...
Mar 28 '11 at 10:23
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